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Teen Mood Disorders Treatment Center for Teens

Since teens tend to be pretty moody in general, it may be difficult to determine whether your adolescent is just a typical teenager or if they might be struggling with a mood disorder. Although parents are quite familiar with the occasional outburst or slammed door, they may not understand what to look for in a mood disorder. When a teen has a mood disorder, this indicates that they are not able to regulate their emotions appropriately. In some cases, the teen’s mental health may deteriorate regardless of outpatient interventions.

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BNI Treatment offers your teen a path forward.
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Parent & Family Support

At our mental health treatment center for teens, we understand how difficult this time is for the parents and families of a struggling teen. Our therapeutic and clinical team will provide therapeutic support and guidance for the family unit during the entire process.

What We Treat

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Our caring admissions team is standing by ready to help your teen or adolescent. Call us 24/7 or fill out our free form to request a callback right now.

    Get Immediate Help

    Let BNI Treatment help your teen manage mood disorders.

    We work with most major insurance
    Most major health insurance plans will help cover up to 100% of the cost of treatment at our program. Find out your teen's coverage & treatment options right now.

    We Currently DO NOT Accept Medi-Cal, Medicare, IEHP, Kaiser or Government state/county funded health insurance.

    Find Help for Mood Disorders

    When a teen becomes increasingly emotionally unstable, to the point where the symptoms are negatively impacting all areas of their lives, these are signs that the teen needs a more concentrated type of treatment. While these teens may already be under the care of a mental health professional, sometimes a more comprehensive level of care is appropriate.

    When a teen begins exhibiting serious symptoms, such as threatening suicide, acting out violently, engages in self-harming behaviors, or shows signs of a psychosis, a comprehensive residential treatment program is an appropriate level of care. Residential care is also appropriate for teens that may not be responding effectively to outpatient treatment efforts and need a more intensive program.


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    Fill in the form below to schedule a free consultation with our admissions team. We work with most major insurance providers to help cover the costs associated with treatment. We do not accept Medi-Cal, Medicaid, or Medicare plans at this time.